BURGLARY, COMM. FORCED ENTRY – 135TH AVE NE
Unknown suspect(s) used bolt cutters to cut the chains on two exterior storage closets. The suspect(s) then stole misc. tools from one of the closets.
LARCENY, TAKEN FROM BUSINESS – 139TH AVE NE
Victim hung her purse on a rack near the front door. A male entered the business and inquired about gift cards following which he suddenly turned, grabbed the victim’s purse and fled. The suspect was last seen leaving the area in a white Honda Accord.
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE – NE 205TH ST.
A deputy saw a suspicious car backed into a driveway of a foreclosed residence. This location has a significant narcotics history. The engine of the car was running but the deputy did not see anyone in the car. As the deputy walked up to the car he saw someone climb from the back seat to the driver’s seat. The female said she pulled over to go to the bathroom in a cup she had in the car and also said that she was in Woodinville visiting a friend. The woman did not have a valid driver’s license and the friend she said she was visiting has an extensive narcotics background.
FRAUD – NE 194TH ST
According to the victim on two occasions unknown suspect(s) have attempted to open credit card accounts in his name. One of the accounts that was attempted to be opened is in Oklahoma. The victim has never lived in that state.
LARCENY, SHOPLIFT – NE 178TH PL
Deputies responded to call of a loss prevention officer involved in a physical altercation with a suspected shoplifter. When the first deputy arrived he was immediately flagged down by an employee who pointed out their loss prevention officer struggling with a female suspect. The deputy gained control of the suspect but she kept crying, “My baby! My baby!” After considerable searching the deputies were unable to locate a child and concluded that the suspect was attempting to divert the deputy’s attention so she would not get booked into jail. When this ruse failed, the suspect began to yell and cry and began to resist the deputies’ attempt to get her into the patrol car. When that didn’t work she went totally limp and fell to the ground. The suspect had attempted to steal approximately $1,400 worth of alcohol. The suspect was booked into the King County Jail.
CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE VIOLATION – NE 178TH PLACE
A deputy recognized the driver of a car and knew him to have a suspended license. The driver was arrested and in a search of his person following his arrest the deputy recovered suspected black tar heroin. The driver was booked without incident into the King County Jail.
CRIMINAL WARRANT/FELONY – 133RD AVE NE
An individual surrendered his firearm as per a court order. It was discovered during this process that he had an outstanding warrant for his arrest.
LARCENY, SHOPLIFT – NE 178TH PL
Deputies were dispatched to a theft in progress. They were advised that a male suspect was inside the store, he appeared to be under the influence of drugs/alcohol, was concealing items and kept falling down. The male was located outside the store, he was obviously intoxicated and had stolen property on his person. He was cited for the theft and transported to the hospital for treatment.